In this week’s LEO, Peter Berkowitz has an interview with Ivan Neville of Dumpstaphunk, which band is set to play Headliners on Thursday, October 24.
Peter Berkowitz has an interview/record discussion the Louisville group The Cell Phones, who are playing at the Nachbar on Sunday, September 8 with Julie Of The Wolves.
Peter Berkowitz at Question The Pop has the Angel Olsen interview from Wednesday’s LEO. Olsen is playing Zanzabar tonight, August 22.
Syd Bishop did the honors at LEO this week, with profiles of Decline Effect and Old Baby, completing The Decline Effects’ Louisville print hat trick.
The Decline Effect’s self-titled new album is out and available at the usual Louisville stores. The digital version can be found at the 28:48 Records bandcamp:
Old Baby’s Love Hangever on Karate Body Records is now available at Louisville record stores and various digital outlets.
This week’s issue of LEO is the annual Music Issue. Lots to read; go for it.
Articles include Syd Bishop’s Where is ‘Burn to Shine: Louisville’?
Syd Bishop’s “Musical Warriors,” about the Louisville musicians who play in multiple bands.
Jennifer Harlan’s “The Debauchees: BFFs learning in reverse”
Peter Berkowitz interviews Houndmouth’s tour manager Jason Gwin.
Jennifer Harlan’s piece on Bill and Rebecca Kessler calling it quits on Uncle Slayton’s.
Syd Bishop on Reagan Youth< Jennifer Harlan's article about Louisville vocal group In Sync, a female barbershop quartet.
Then there’s this Berkowitz article about “The New Vintage.”